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Will this setup run Crysis Warhead - Enthusiast 1920x1080 over 30 fps?

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Last response: in Overclocking
July 14, 2009 4:19:43 AM

At 1920 x 1080 resolution on everything enthusiast with 16xAA


Intel i7 920 - Overclocked from 2.67 ghz to 4.0 ghz
2 x Radeon 4890 Running in Crossfire - 1gb each, overclocked from 850 mhz to 950 mhz each
6 gb 1333 mhz ram overclocked to 1500ish mhz

Any thoughts? Thanks

- Panos -

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July 14, 2009 4:23:04 AM

It shouldn't be a problem. My system usually gets 20FPS< on enthusiast @ 1920x1200. Nvidia cards seem to do better in Crysis, but you should be fine.
July 14, 2009 5:01:19 AM

Only SLI 285 gtx and perhaps a single 295 gtx (not even counting quad SLI ) can do better than Overclocked 4890 CF
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July 19, 2009 7:20:42 AM

I would say that's plenty of power to get it over 30 fps. I have an i7 rig but with one OC gtx 275 core 731 shadders 1630 and mem 2540 and I can get around 20ish fps on those settings so your crossfire setup i bet could at average at closer to 40+
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July 19, 2009 10:08:29 AM

Worst case scenario: turn down the AA to 8x. Not a great deal of difference in image quality especially when you're not standing still and staring at leaves the whole time. In fact I only run 4x MSAA for that very reason unless I have a ridiculous amount of performance to "spare" like in Left 4 Dead.
July 19, 2009 10:29:34 AM

At 1920x1080 you don't need to max out AA. Coz, at such high resolutions there won't be edging out. You can turn OFF AA.
August 18, 2009 9:02:23 PM

i dont know why,but 30 frames with 16x AA sounds not do able to me. I have 2 275s and turn AA off so the picture wont be jerky!